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Showing 8 articles from October 19, 2014.

WHH - Community

Trick or Treat!

Back by popular demand - Trick or Treating on Willapa Harbor.

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EXTRAS

Tales from the Lion's Den

By DICK WOODS

BOO! This is the month of Witches and Goblins and Lions selling Rain Derby entries.

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WHH - Letters to the Editor

McClain is an Active and Well-Respected Prosecutor

As a long-time resident of Ellensburg, the County Seat of Kittitas County, I have known Mark McClain for many years up-close and personal.

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Oysterville Reader Supports Burke

I'm writing to encourage you to vote for David Burke for Pacific County Prosecutor. In the years I have known him, I have found him to be thorough, fair, honest, and a very hard worker. He has chosen to live and work in Pacific County for the past 20 years, getting to know the area and it citizens, while his 12 years as Prosecutor have given him the skills to run an effective office on a small county budget and give sound legal advice to our county government.

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WHH - Sports

Indians turn it on in second half to batter Warriors 41-16

South Bend turned a close game into a blowout by outscoring host Chief Leschi 27-8 in the second half enroute to a 41-16 victory Friday night at Tacoma.

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Raymond tops South Bend 3-0
Photo by Larry Bale South Bend's Paola Razo blocks a shot by Raymond's Mikayla Collins. In back are Raymond's Cydney Flemetis (2) and Ayisha Garcia (9).
Raymond tops South Bend 3-0

Raymond knocked off South Bend in volleyball (25-19, 25-18, 25-19) last Thursday at Koplitz Fieldhouse.

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Valley stays undefeated in league play

Willapa Valley won an exciting 5-game match at Westport versus host Ocosta last Thursday night. The Vikings prevailed 25-22, 22-25, 25-13, 24-26, 15-7.

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WHH - Miscellaneous News

Public Hearing Nov. 5

A joint public hearing of the Pacific County Communications Administrative and Operations Boards

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